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Return Code = 12 for LSMW data read

Hi all,

I am executing an LSMW that will change 27 classifications for each materials. I have tested running a file with only 100 materials and all is good. Now I am testing a file with 40k materials (90MB file size) but when trying to "read data" from the imported file I get 'Error when uploading file 'J:\Unilever\Test Load LSMW files for 10-01-08\40k' 'Message no. /SAPDMC/LSMW_OBJ_070010'.

I am guessing there's a file size maximum which I have exceeded and that's why the LSMW is not capable of reading it but there in the past has been successfull executions of 25k - 50k materials...

Any help is appreciated, thanks!

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2008 at 09:29 AM

    hi,

    i am not sure with capacity of the LSMW for uploading, but often i have seen that if a large volume file is there, people used to split the same and upload patially.

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2008 at 10:45 PM

    There is also a limit on the length of the file name (with the directory structure). Please try reading the same file from the J drive (not under any subdirectory).

    Hope this helps.

    Lakshman

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